NEET 2021: NTA to probe alleged translation error; Supreme Court docket listening to on November 30 Schooling

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Edited by Maitri Barala, New Delhi

The Nationwide Testing Company (NTA) on Thursday knowledgeable the Supreme Court docket that it’s going to probe an alleged translation error within the NEET query paper. An error in Hindi translation is identified by a candidate in a query. SC has adjourned the listening to until November 30.

NEET 2021 was held on 12 September.

NEET is the one entrance examination that’s performed for 10+2 college students to supply admission to undergraduate medical programs like MBBS and BDS. This 12 months round 16 lakh college students appeared within the examination.

The examination is performed in 13 Indian languages: English, Hindi, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Malayalam, Kannada, Marathi, Odia, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu and Punjabi.

In October, two college students filed a petition within the Bombay Excessive Court docket searching for a course to the NTA to conduct re-examination for them due to the mix-up of take a look at booklets. Vaishnavi Vijay Bhopal and Abhishek Shivaji Kapse, who appeared for NEET on September 12, filed a petition earlier than the Bombay Excessive Court docket complaining that they obtained too little time to jot down within the examination, because the invigilator had made a mistake. , which had omitted the take a look at booklet. The Excessive Court docket had directed the NTA to conduct contemporary examinations for 2 candidates. Nonetheless, later the Supreme Court docket stayed this order and requested the NTA to launch the results of NEET 2021 and put together a plan for the involved college students.

(with inputs from Abraham Thomas)

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